Wednesday, May 13, 2009

Bargain Prices Lure Investors Back to the Market

Double-digit price declines of the past two years combined with the renewed strength of the dollar against foreign currencies has made buying overseas more affordable for Americans. While financing is still hard to come buy, cash buyers have a world of bargain-priced properties to choose from as developers cut prices to sell excess inventory housing stock. These market conditions are attracting investors back into the market, according to an April 27 Business Week story, not only to exotic locales, but also to traditional U.S. investment destinations such as Florida and the Southwest. Read which markets are most worth considering according to multinational market analysts, or view a slide show of Business Week's best global buys.

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